Spice Girls reunited and sent love to their queer fans


The Spice Girls’ long-awaited reunion tour kicked off on May 24 in Dublin, Ireland. And not only the legendary quintet-turned-quartet (minus Victoria. Posh Spice has previously ensured that her heat is with her bandmates, but she is now too busy with her fashion business to go on tour with them) sang their most iconic hits, they also melted queer fans hearts with a new LGBT-themed tour merch. A Spice Girls t-shirt designed by non-binary artist Kate Moross carries the message: “We welcome all ages, all races, all gender identities, all countries of origin, all sexual orientations, all religions and beliefs, all abilities.” The Spice Girls announced the jaunt back in November 2018, six years after their last performance at the London 2012 Olympics. Originally the tour was to include 6 shows, but it was later extended to 13, in such cities as Cardiff, Manchester, Coventry, Edinburgh, Bristol and London.


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